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The 2014 NBA Summer League consists of two pro basketball leagues organized by the NBA and the Orlando Magic just after the 2014 NBA Draft. Ten teams took part in the week-long summer league at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida, from July 5 to 11, 2014.[1] The other summer league was the Las Vegas NBA Summer League, having taken place at the Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavilion in Paradise, Nevada (near Las Vegas) from July 11 to 21, 2014, with 23 NBA teams and the NBA D-League Select team participating.[2] The Houston Rockets, Miami Heat and Philadelphia 76ers participated in both leagues.

2014 NBA Summer League
LeagueNational Basketball Association
SportBasketball
DurationJuly 5–21, 2014
Number of games92 total (between 4 and 8 for each team)
Number of teams31
TV partner(s)NBA TV
Orlando Pro Summer League
Season championsPhiladelphia 76ers
  Runners-upMemphis Grizzlies
Season MVPElfrid Payton
Top scorerKentavious Caldwell-Pope
Las Vegas NBA Summer League
Season championsSacramento Kings
  Runners-upHouston Rockets
Top seedChicago Bulls
Season MVPGlen Rice, Jr. (league)
Ray McCallum (championship game)
Top scorerGlen Rice, Jr.
NBA Summer League seasons

The Philadelphia 76ers won the Orlando Pro Summer League Championship by defeating the Memphis Grizzlies in the title game, 91–75. Elfrid Payton was named the league's most valuable player.[3]

The Sacramento Kings won the Las Vegas NBA Summer League Championship by defeating the Houston Rockets in the title game, 77–68. Glen Rice, Jr. of the Washington Wizards was named the league's most valuable player.[4] Ray McCallum of the Kings was named the most valuable player of the championship game.[5]

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Orlando Pro Summer LeagueEdit

Pursuant to a sponsorship agreement with Southwest Airlines Co., the official name of the league is the Southwest Orlando Pro Summer League in 2014. All games were played on the Orlando Magic's practice court in the Amway Center, not on the main basketball court at the venue. Tickets for the games were not sold to the general public.

TeamsEdit

ScheduleEdit

All times are in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC−4)

Day 1Edit

July 5
9:00 am
Brooklyn Nets 101, Indiana Pacers 81
Scoring by quarter: 29–11, 27–16, 24–29, 21–25
Pts: Mason Plumlee 23
Rebs: Cory Jefferson 9
Asts: Marquis Teague 6
Pts: Donald Sloan 21
Rebs: Kevin Jones 8
Asts: Donald Sloan 3
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Steven Anderson, Kelly Pfeifer, Isaac Barnett
July 5
11:00 am
Miami Heat 77, Boston Celtics 85
Scoring by quarter: 21–20, 17–15, 16–23, 23–27
Pts: James Ennis 18
Rebs: Benimon, Hamilton 9 each
Asts: Larry Drew 4
Pts: Kelly Olynyk 20
Rebs: Kelly Olynyk 8
Asts: Phil Pressey 7
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Bill Kennedy, Ben Taylor, Jacyn Goble, JB DeRosa
July 5
1:00 pm
Orlando Magic 83, Philadelphia 76ers 77
Scoring by quarter: 22–23, 24–20, 19–14, 18–20
Pts: Victor Oladipo 18
Rebs: Victor Oladipo 6
Asts: Elfrid Payton 5
Pts: Nerlens Noel 19
Rebs: Hollis Thompson 14
Asts: Hollis Thompson 5
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Marques Pettigrew, Aaron Smith, Karl Lane, Brent Barnaky, Bharat Ramanan
July 5
3:00 pm
Detroit Pistons 95, Houston Rockets 89
Scoring by quarter: 28–17, 23–23, 20–27, 24–22
Pts: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 26
Rebs: DeAndre Liggins 7
Asts: Peyton Siva 6
Pts: Chris Crawford 20
Rebs: Tarik Black 7
Asts: Chris Kramer 7
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Kevin Scott, Steven Perry, Aaron Smith
July 5
5:00 pm
Memphis Grizzlies 84, Oklahoma City Thunder 63
Scoring by quarter: 17–19, 33–16, 16–15, 18–13
Pts: Jordan Adams 22
Rebs: Stokes, Franklin 5 each
Asts: Scottie Wilbekin 5
Pts: Perry Jones 15
Rebs: Andre Roberson 8
Asts: Jeremy Lamb 2
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Curtis Blair, Gediminas Petraitis, Ged Regetz

Day 2Edit

July 6
3:00 pm
Memphis Grizzlies 82, Detroit Pistons 85
Scoring by quarter: 22-20, 17-14, 20-30, 23-21
Pts: Jordan Adams 20
Rebs: Jarnell Stokes 12
Asts: Jamaal Franklin 4
Pts: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 30
Rebs: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 12
Asts: Peyton Siva 7
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: James Williams, Isaac Barnett, Bharat Ramanan
July 6
5:00 pm
Philadelphia 76ers 84, Oklahoma City Thunder 73
Scoring by quarter: 25-17, 21-13, 21-23, 17-20
Pts: Casper Ware 20
Rebs: Ronald Roberts Jr. 6
Asts: Casper Ware 5
Pts: Mario Little 18
Rebs: André Roberson 10
Asts: Semaj Christon 5
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Steven Anderson, Steven Perry, Jacyn Goble, JB DeRosa
July 6
7:00 pm
Miami Heat 110, Brooklyn Nets 91
Scoring by quarter: 30-17, 21-19, 27-26, 32-29
Pts: James Ennis 29
Rebs: Justin Hamilton 9
Asts: Shabazz Napier 7
Pts: Mason Plumlee 18
Rebs: Thomas, Jefferson 5 each
Asts: M. Brown, Thames 6 each
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Curtis Blair, Marques Pettigrew, Ged Regetz

Day 3Edit

July 7
3:00 pm
Indiana Pacers 96, Boston Celtics 77
Scoring by quarter: 14–30, 34–11, 31–16, 17–20
Pts: Willie Reed 18
Rebs: Arinze Onuaku 8
Asts: James Nunnally 4
Pts: Kelly Olynyk 15
Rebs: Olynyk, Pressey, Moser 6 each
Asts: Olynyk, Smart, Moser 4 each
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Steven Perry, Brent Barnaky, Kelly Pfeifer
July 7
5:00 pm
Houston Rockets 69, Orlando Magic 87
Scoring by quarter: 11–23, 20–31, 18–11, 20–22
Pts: Nick Johnson 13
Rebs: Chris Crawford 8
Asts: Chris Crawford 5
Pts: Elfrid Payton 12
Rebs: Elfrid Payton 8
Asts: Elfrid Payton 9
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Kevin Scott, JB DeRosa, Gediminas Petraitis
July 7
7:00 pm
Oklahoma City Thunder 98, Brooklyn Nets 84
Scoring by quarter: 22–24, 21–19, 26–22, 29–19
Pts: Jeremy Lamb 26
Rebs: Mitch McGary 13
Asts: Michael Stockton 5
Pts: Mason Plumlee 13
Rebs: Summers, Plumlee 6 each
Asts: Marquis Teague 4
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Ben Taylor, John Conley, Aaron Smith

Day 4Edit

July 8
3:00 pm
Orlando Magic 73, Memphis Grizzlies 80
Scoring by quarter: 23-17, 16-24, 17-23, 17-16
Pts: Dewayne Dedmon 13
Rebs: Victor Oladipo 7
Asts: C. Jones, Payton 3 each
Pts: Kalin Lucas 14
Rebs: Jarnell Stokes 12
Asts: Scottie Wilbekin 5
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: James Williams, Marques Pettigrew, Jacyn Goble
July 8
5:00 pm
Miami Heat 78, Detroit Pistons 80
Scoring by quarter: 21-14, 17-16, 17-27, 23-23
Pts: Tyler Honeycutt 12
Rebs: Eli Holman 9
Asts: Napier, Dawkins, Drew 2 each
Pts: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 26
Rebs: Caldwell-Pope 7
Asts: DeAndre Liggins 5
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Curtis Blair, Ged Regetz, Kelly Pfeifer
July 8
7:00 pm
Houston Rockets 71, Philadelphia 76ers 92
Scoring by quarter: 21-19, 19-27, 19-23, 12-23
Pts: Jahii Carson 18
Rebs: Tarik Black 10
Asts: Nick Johnson 4
Pts: Casper Ware 16
Rebs: JaKarr Sampson 8
Asts: Casper Ware 4
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Steven Anderson, Isaac Barnett, Bharat Ramanan

Day 5Edit

July 9
3:00 pm
Indiana Pacers 94, Oklahoma City Thunder 71
Scoring by quarter: 22-23, 34-13, 22-15, 16-20
Pts: Donald Sloan 19
Rebs: Kevin Jones 12
Asts: Donald Sloan 6
Pts: Mitch McGary 15
Rebs: André Roberson 10
Asts: A. Roberson, J. Lamb, N. Smith, M. Stockton 2 each
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Brent Barnaky, Steven Perry, Gediminas Petraitis
July 9
5:00 pm
Philadelphia 76ers 92, Brooklyn Nets 86
Scoring by quarter: 20-16, 16-27, 27-26, 29-17
Pts: Casper Ware 24
Rebs: H. Thompson, Noel 9 each
Asts: Casper Ware 8
Pts: Greene, M. Brown 17 each
Rebs: Cory Jefferson 8
Asts: Marquis Teague 9
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Curtis Blair, JB DeRosa, Aaron Smith
July 9
7:00 pm
Boston Celtics 92, Detroit Pistons 90
Scoring by quarter: 20-17, 32-33, 22-11, 18-29
Pts: Kelly Olynyk 16
Rebs: Kelly Olynyk 9
Asts: Marcus Smart 6
Pts: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 26
Rebs: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 9
Asts: Liggins, Caldwell-Pope 3 each
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Kevin Scott, Steven Anderson, Ged Regetz

Day 6Edit

July 10
3:00 pm
Indiana Pacers 84, Miami Heat 74
Scoring by quarter: 16-13, 22-21, 20-23, 26-17
Pts: James Nunnally 19
Rebs: Kevin Jones 15
Asts: Dee Bost 7
Pts: James Ennis 17
Rebs: Justin Hamilton 6
Asts: Napier, Drew 5 each
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Curtis Blair, Aaron Smith, Jacyn Goble, Gediminas Petraitis
July 10
5:00 pm
Boston Celtics 76, Orlando Magic 67
Scoring by quarter: 15-14, 14-18, 20-18, 27-17
Pts: Marcus Smart 19
Rebs: Chris Johnson 6
Asts: Marcus Smart 5
Pts: Seth Curry 15
Rebs: Elfrid Payton 9
Asts: Elfrid Payton 10
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Ben Taylor, Isaac Barnett, Marques Pettigrew
July 10
7:00 pm
Memphis Grizzlies 88, Houston Rockets 74
Scoring by quarter: 26-17, 19-27, 19-14, 24-16
Pts: Jordan Adams 19
Rebs: Stokes, D. Thompson 7 each
Asts: Scottie Wilbekin 8
Pts: Nick Johnson 22
Rebs: Nick Johnson 6
Asts: Nick Johnson 6
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: James Williams, Kelly Pfeifer, Bharat Ramanan

Championship dayEdit

Each team played one game on the league's final day for either first, third, fifth, seventh or ninth place.

Seeding criteriaEdit

The seeding was determined by a team's total points after the first five days. Eight points were awarded in each game: four points for winning a game and one point for every quarter a team won. In the event of a tied quarter, each team is awarded half a point.[6] This differed from the previous year, when only three points were awarded for winning the game, and there were a maximum of seven total points available in each game. If two or more teams had equal points, then the following tiebreakers applied:

  1. Total point differential
  2. Least total points allowed
  3. Coin flip

Each odd-numbered seed was paired with the team seeded immediately below it. For example, the top two seeds played in the championship game, the third and fourth seeds played in the third-place game, etc.

Standings/seedingsEdit

# Team GP W L PTS Tiebreaker Notes
1 Memphis Grizzlies 4 3 1 23
2 Philadelphia 76ers 4 3 1 22
3 Indiana Pacers 4 3 1 21 Point Differential +32
4 Boston Celtics 4 3 1 21 Point Differential 0
5 Detroit Pistons 4 3 1 19
6 Orlando Magic 4 2 2 16
7 Miami Heat 4 1 3 13.5
8 Oklahoma City Thunder 4 1 3 12
9 Brooklyn Nets 4 1 3 8
10 Houston Rockets 4 0 4 4.5

Championship day scheduleEdit

All times are in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC−4)
9th-place gameEdit
NBA TV on tape delay at 4:00 am on July 12
July 11
4:00 pm
Houston Rockets 101, Brooklyn Nets 75
Scoring by quarter: 29-22, 21-17, 26-18, 25-18
Pts: Jermaine Marshall 21
Rebs: Nick Johnson 10
Asts: Nick Johnson 10
Pts: Cory Jefferson 19
Rebs: Cory Jefferson 7
Asts: Marquis Teague 7
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Steven Anderson, Bharat Ramanan, Kelly Pfeifer
7th-place gameEdit
July 11
2:00 pm
Oklahoma City Thunder 103, Miami Heat 98
Scoring by quarter: 35-29, 25-29, 20-22, 23-18
Pts: Perry Jones 20
Rebs: Perry Jones 8
Asts: Mario Little 7
Pts: Andre Dawkins 27
Rebs: Justin Hamilton 7
Asts: Shabazz Napier 7
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Ben Taylor, Marques Pettigrew, Jacyn Goble
5th-place gameEdit
July 11
8:00 am
Orlando Magic 96, Detroit Pistons 87
Scoring by quarter: 23-20, 29-23, 30-19, 14-25
Pts: Victor Oladipo 22
Rebs: Vernon Macklin 6
Asts: Elfrid Payton 8
Pts: DeAndre Liggins 20
Rebs: Justin Harper 8
Asts: DeAndre Liggins 7
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Gediminas Petraitis, JB DeRosa, Ged Regetz
3rd-place gameEdit
July 11
10:00 am
Boston Celtics 86, Indiana Pacers 95
Scoring by quarter: 22–27, 22–25, 24–19, 18–24
Pts: Marcus Smart 20
Rebs: Moser, Anosike 10 each
Asts: Phil Pressey 13
Pts: Donald Sloan 20
Rebs: K. Jones, Onuaku 8 each
Asts: Donald Sloan 10
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Brent Barnaky, Isaac Barnett, Steven Perry
Championship gameEdit
July 11
12:00 pm
Philadelphia 76ers 91, Memphis Grizzlies 75
Scoring by quarter: 21-15, 14-27, 26-10, 30-23
Pts: Hollis Thompson 21
Rebs: Ronald Roberts Jr. 11
Asts: Casper Ware 7
Pts: Deon Thompson 15
Rebs: Jarnell Stokes 11
Asts: Jordan Adams 5
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: James Williams, Kevin Scott, Aaron Smith

Final standingsEdit

# Team GP W L PCT
1 Philadelphia 76ers 5 4 1 .800
2 Memphis Grizzlies 5 3 2 .600
3 Indiana Pacers 5 4 1 .800
4 Boston Celtics 5 3 2 .600
5 Orlando Magic 5 3 2 .600
6 Detroit Pistons 5 3 2 .600
7 Oklahoma City Thunder 5 2 3 .400
8 Miami Heat 5 1 4 .200
9 Houston Rockets 5 1 4 .200
10 Brooklyn Nets 5 1 4 .200

Individual statistical leadersEdit

Reference: [7]

HonorsEdit

Josh Cohen of the Orlando Magic's website ranked the top five most valuable players in the Orlando Pro Summer League:

  1. Elfrid Payton,[3] Orlando Magic
  2. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope,[8] Detroit Pistons
  3. Nerlens Noel,[9] Philadelphia 76ers
  4. James Ennis,[10] Miami Heat
  5. Mason Plumlee,[11] Brooklyn Nets

Las Vegas NBA Summer LeagueEdit

Pursuant to a sponsorship agreement with Samsung Group (Korean: 삼성그룹), the official name of the league is the Samsung NBA Summer League in 2014. Despite the fact that "Las Vegas" is not in the league's official name. and the games were actually played in Paradise, Nevada which is near but not in the City of Las Vegas, the league is nevertheless commonly referred to as the Las Vegas NBA Summer League or the Las Vegas Summer League. This is the case with links and references on the NBA's website.

TeamsEdit

ScheduleEdit

All times are in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC−4)

Day 1Edit

July 11
4:00 pm
New York Knicks 76, Dallas Mavericks 64
Scoring by quarter: 17-16, 17-15, 21-15, 21-18
Pts: Tim Hardaway, Jr. 25
Rebs: Cole Aldrich 14
Asts: Shane Larkin 5
Pts: Bernard James 15
Rebs: Bernard James 10
Asts: Gal Mekel 4
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Matt Boland, Brett Nansel, Jeff Wooten
July 11
6:00 pm
Toronto Raptors 89, Los Angeles Lakers 78
Scoring by quarter: 25-15, 22-18, 14-21, 28-24
Pts: John Shurna 21
Rebs: Hassan Whiteside 11
Asts: Dwight Buycks 5
Pts: Jordan Clarkson 21
Rebs: Trevor Mbakwe 8
Asts: Kendall Marshall 5
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Lauren Holtkamp, Vladimir Voyard-Tadal, Charles Watson
July 11
8:00 pm
Cleveland Cavaliers 70, Milwaukee Bucks 68
Scoring by quarter: 15-15, 22-24, 11-16, 22-13
Pts: Andrew Wiggins 18
Rebs: Alex Kirk 12
Asts: Matthew Dellavedova 6
Pts: G. Antetokounmpo, Parker 17 each
Rebs: Jabari Parker 9
Asts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 2
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Eli Roe, Mitchell Ervin, JT Orr
NBA TV on tape delay at 9:00 am on July 12
July 11
8:30 pm
Golden State Warriors 70, Charlotte Hornets 58
Scoring by quarter: 21-13, 26-10, 13-20, 10-15
Pts: Nemanja Nedović 17
Rebs: Ognjen Kuzmić 8
Asts: Aaron Craft 4
Pts: Mickey McConnell 19
Rebs: Josh Davis 16
Asts: McConnell, Dyson 2 each
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Tre Maddox, Jason Goldenberg, Phenizee Ransom
July 11
10:00 pm
Sacramento Kings 69, San Antonio Spurs 85
Scoring by quarter: 21-18, 22-17, 11-30, 15-20
Pts: Acy, Stauskas 14 each
Rebs: Quincy Acy 7
Asts: Nik Stauskas 3
Pts: Austin Daye 14
Rebs: Austin Daye 9
Asts: Kyle Anderson 6
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Scott Twardoski, Don Hudson, Justin VanDuyne
NBA TV on tape delay at 6:00 am on July 12
July 11
10:30 pm
NBA D-League Select 81, New Orleans Pelicans 83
Scoring by quarter: 21-10, 22-21, 24-26, 14-26
Pts: Devin Ebanks 15
Rebs: Devin Ebanks 13
Asts: Lockett, Mitchell 3 each
Pts: Russ Smith 20
Rebs: Patric Young 13
Asts: Russ Smith 5
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Dedric Taylor, Sir Allen Conner, Tyler Ford

Day 2Edit

July 12
4:00 pm
Portland Trail Blazers 69, New York Knicks 71
Scoring by quarter: 17-14, 15-18, 21-18, 16-21
Pts: Thomas Robinson 17
Rebs: Barton, T. Robinson 7 each
Asts: Bobby Brown 5
Pts: Tim Hardaway, Jr. 20
Rebs: Henriquez, Larkin 7 each
Asts: Cleanthony Early 3
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Kevin Cutler, Brandon Hiers, Joseph Bissang, Damian Lyons
NBA TV on tape delay at 6:00 am on July 13
July 12
4:30 pm
Atlanta Hawks 74, Washington Wizards 90
Scoring by quarter: 17-23, 24-12, 18-31, 15-24
Pts: Adreian Payne 12
Rebs: Adreian Payne 7
Asts: Schröder, J. Jenkins, Muscala 2 each
Pts: Otto Porter 25
Rebs: Daniel Orton 8
Asts: Maalik Wayns 5
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Illias Koromilas, Karl Lane, Vladimir Voyard-Tadal
July 12
6:00 pm
Toronto Raptors 83, Denver Nuggets 104
Scoring by quarter: 15-32, 23-28, 26-19, 19-25
Pts: Dwight Buycks 21
Rebs: D. Daniels, Nogueira, C. Daniels 5 each
Asts: Dwight Buycks 3
Pts: Gary Harris 30
Rebs: Erick Green 7
Asts: Chris Wright 7
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Nick Buchert, CJ Washington, Yevgenly Mikheyev, Damir Javor
NBA TV on tape delay at 1:30 am on July 13
July 12
6:30 pm
Dallas Mavericks 93, Minnesota Timberwolves 85
Scoring by quarter: 24-25, 27-16, 21-15, 21-29
Pts: B. James, Ledo 21
Rebs: B. James, Carmichael 7 each
Asts: Ledo, Bost 3 each
Pts: Shabazz Muhammad 27
Rebs: Shabazz Muhammad 11
Asts: Alexey Shved 3
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Tre Maddox, Phenizee Ransom, Mohammad Alamiri, Leandro Lezcano
July 12
8:00 pm
Phoenix Suns 72, Golden State Warriors 74
Scoring by quarter: 18-18, 11-18, 27-17, 16-21
Pts: T.J. Warren 22
Rebs: Miles Plumlee 9
Asts: Mi. Plumlee, T. Ennis 1
Pts: Justin Holiday 29
Rebs: Justin Holiday 13
Asts: O. Johnson 3
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Don Hudson, Gediminis Petraitis, Brady Chelette
NBA TV on tape delay at 4:00 am on July 13
July 12
8:30 pm
Chicago Bulls 86, Los Angeles Clippers 70
Scoring by quarter: 22-19, 24-16, 19-16, 21-19
Pts: Tony Snell 27
Rebs: Cameron Bairstow 6
Asts: Doug McDermott 4
Pts: Lorenzo Brown 17
Rebs: Jon Brockman 8
Asts: Lorenzo Brown 8
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Dedric Taylor, Jonathan Sterling, John Butler
NBA TV on tape delay at 8:00 am on July 13
July 12
10:00 pm
Houston Rockets 81, Miami Heat 92
Scoring by quarter: 16-21, 17-23, 22-28, 26-20
Pts: Isaiah Canaan 18
Rebs: Motiejūnas, G. Johnson 4 each
Asts: Nick Johnson 6
Pts: Justin Hamilton 21
Rebs: James Ennis 8
Asts: Langston Hall 7
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Brett Nansel, Ray Acosta, Randy Richardson
July 12
10:30 pm
Utah Jazz 70, Philadelphia 76ers 74
Scoring by quarter: 18-24, 18-15, 16-9, 18-26
Pts: Malcolm Thomas 13
Rebs: Rudy Gobert 9
Asts: Trey Burke 4
Pts: McRae, Kilpatrick 20 each
Rebs: Jerami Grant 9
Asts: Frazier, Wilbekin 4 each
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Justin Van Duyne, Charles Watson, Brandon Adair

Day 3Edit

July 13
4:00 pm
Cleveland Cavaliers 82, San Antonio Spurs 70
Scoring by quarter: 25–11, 16–12, 18–25, 23–22
Pts: Will Cherry 21
Rebs: Anthony Bennett 14
Asts: Matthew Dellavedova 7
Pts: Deshaun Thomas 21
Rebs: K. Anderson, J. Green 6 each
Asts: Darius Morris 5
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Eli Roe, Jason Goldenberg, Philip Moore
NBA TV on tape delay at 1:30 am on July 14
July 13
4:30 pm
Los Angeles Lakers 73, New Orleans Pelicans 90
Scoring by quarter: 21-29, 15-22, 20-17, 17-22
Pts: Trey Thompkins 18
Rebs: Trey Thompkins 5
Asts: DeAndre Kane 5
Pts: Courtney Fells 25
Rebs: Jeff Withey 7
Asts: Russ Smith 8
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: JT Orr, Josue Nieves, Andy Nagy, John Conley
July 13
6:00 pm
Sacramento Kings 72, Charlotte Hornets 65
Scoring by quarter: 16-9, 16-20, 18-17, 22-19
Pts: Ra'Shad James 12
Rebs: Acy, Moreland 9 each
Asts: Acy, McCallum 2 each
Pts: P. J. Hairston 22
Rebs: Noah Vonleh 18
Asts: Josh Davis 4
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Kevin Cutler, Sir Allen Conner, Woody Chappell
NBA TV on tape delay at 4:00 am on July 14
July 13
6:30 pm
Atlanta Hawks 92, NBA D-League Select 94 (2OT)
Scoring by quarter: 24-26, 25-25, 17-15, 22-22, Overtime: 4-4, 0-2
Pts: Dennis Schröder 30
Rebs: Mike Muscala 15
Asts: Dennis Schröder 4
Pts: Tony Mitchell 20
Rebs: T. Mitchell, K. Jones 5 each
Asts: Tre Kelley 4
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Karl Lane, Lauren Holtkamp, Rusty Phillips, Jason Baker
July 13
8:00 pm
Chicago Bulls 103, Denver Nuggets 76
Scoring by quarter: 32–24, 20–18, 23–21, 28–13
Pts: Doug McDermott 31
Rebs: Lance Thomas 7
Asts: Billy Baron 6
Pts: Quincy Miller 26
Rebs: Quincy Miller 8
Asts: Quincy Miller 3
Cox Pavilion, Las Vegas, Nevada
Referees: Matt Boland, Ray Acosta, Billy Williams
NBA TV on tape delay at 6:00 am on July 14
July 13
8:30 pm
Portland Trail Blazers 75, Houston Rockets 67
Scoring by quarter: 19-14, 22-19, 13-28, 21-6
Pts: C. J. McCollum 19
Rebs: Thomas Robinson 12
Asts: Barton, C. McCollum 3 each
Pts: Nick Johnson 16
Rebs: R. Covington, Motiejūnas 6 each
Asts: Motiejūnas, Canaan 2 each
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Mitchell Ervin, Jaston Carter, Nick Heater, Andy O'Brien
July 13
10:00 pm
Milwaukee Bucks 82, Phoenix Suns 93
Scoring by quarter: 22-23, 18-24, 26-11, 16-35
Pts: G. Antetokounmpo, Wolters 16 each
Rebs: Jabari Parker 11
Asts: Nate Wolters 4
Pts: Seth Curry 26
Rebs: Miles Plumlee 12
Asts: Dionte Christmas 5
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Scott Bolnick, Michael Pearson, Charles Rubia
NBA TV on tape delay at 9:00 am on July 14
July 13
10:30 pm
Washington Wizards 67, Minnesota Timberwolves 59
Scoring by quarter: 26-21, 9-14, 22-12, 10-12
Pts: Glen Rice, Jr. 22
Rebs: Birch, Rice 6 each
Asts: Maalik Wayns 6
Pts: Alexey Shved 16
Rebs: Gorgui Dieng 8
Asts: Shved, LaVine, R. Evans 2 each
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Kerby Sitton, Scott Twardoski, Brandon Hiers

Day 4Edit

July 14
4:00 pm
New York Knicks 95, Charlotte Hornets 72
Scoring by quarter: 29-15, 33-16, 19-13, 14-28
Pts: Jeremy Tyler 19
Rebs: Tyler, Moore 8 each
Asts: Tyler, Hardaway 3 each
Pts: Zeller, Hairston 18 each
Rebs: Noah Vonleh 5
Asts: Vonleh, Hairston, McConnell, Dyson 2 each
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Matt Boland, Sir Allen Conner, Kip Kissinger
NBA TV on tape delay at 9:00 am on July 15
July 14
4:30 pm
Sacramento Kings 89, NBA D-League Select 75
Scoring by quarter: 16-22, 25-18, 25-19, 23-16
Pts: Ben McLemore 18
Rebs: Eric Moreland 11
Asts: Ray McCallum 12
Pts: Devin Ebanks 22
Rebs: Bryan Davis 7
Asts: R. Howard, Kelley 5 each
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Lauren Holtkamp, Tyler Ford, Philip Moore
July 14
6:00 pm
Toronto Raptors 57, Dallas Mavericks 88
Scoring by quarter: 16-22, 10-25, 13-17, 18-24
Pts: DeAndre Daniels 16
Rebs: Hassan Whiteside 9
Asts: Darington Hobson 3
Pts: Ricky Ledo 18
Rebs: Bernard James 7
Asts: Ricky Ledo 5
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: JT Orr, Jonathan Sterling, Jason Goldenberg
NBA TV on tape delay at 6:00 am on July 15
July 14
6:30 pm
San Antonio Spurs 88, New Orleans Pelicans 86
Scoring by quarter: 22-24, 25-15, 17-22, 24-25
Pts: Darius Morris 19
Rebs: Austin Daye 11
Asts: Austin Daye 5
Pts: DeQuan Jones 20
Rebs: Arinze Onuaku 8
Asts: Russ Smith 10
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Mitchell Ervin, Jaston Carter, Phenizee Ransom
July 14
8:00 pm
Cleveland Cavaliers 86, Philadelphia 76ers 77
Scoring by quarter: 15-11, 33-18, 16-22, 22-26
Pts: Matthew Dellavedova 19
Rebs: Shane Edwards 11
Asts: 6 tied at 1 each
Pts: Jordan McRae 18
Rebs: Nerlens Noel 6
Asts: Scottie Wilbekin 4
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: John Butler, Jeff Wooten, Marat Kogut
NBA TV on tape delay at 4:00 am on July 15
July 14
8:30 pm
Miami Heat 85, Los Angeles Clippers 91
Scoring by quarter: 19-18, 26-29, 23-17, 17-27
Pts: Scott Suggs 14
Rebs: Scott Suggs 5
Asts: Larry Drew 4
Pts: Amath M'Baye 27
Rebs: Brockman, D. West 8 each
Asts: Delonte West 5
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Scott Twardoski, CJ Washington, Vladimir Voyard-Tadal
July 14
10:00 pm
Golden State Warriors 88, Los Angeles Lakers 89 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 17-20, 21-24, 26-26, 20-14, Overtime: 4-5
Pts: Justin Holiday 26
Rebs: Mitchell Watt 9
Asts: Nemanja Nedović 4
Pts: Jordan Clarkson 19
Rebs: Thompkins, Clarkson 7 each
Asts: Julius Randle 3
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Scott Bolnick, Brett Nansel, Michael Pearson
NBA TV on tape delay at 12:00 noon on July 15
July 14
10:30 pm
Utah Jazz 87, Milwaukee Bucks 71
Scoring by quarter: 21-15, 25-22, 23-13, 18-21
Pts: Rodney Hood 29
Rebs: Rudy Gobert 9
Asts: Trey Burke 6
Pts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 15
Rebs: O'Bryant, Wright 6 each
Asts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 5
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Nick Buchert, Donald Hudson, Josue Nieves

Day 5Edit

July 15
4:00 pm
Portland Trail Blazers 91, Atlanta Hawks 76
Scoring by quarter: 22-15, 26-17, 21-23, 22-21
Pts: C. J. McCollum 28
Rebs: Thomas Robinson 7
Asts: Thomas Robinson 5
Pts: Dennis Schröder 16
Rebs: Payne, Muscala 7 each
Asts: Dennis Schröder 4
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Karl Lane, Brett Nansel, Brandon Hiers
NBA TV on tape delay at 4:00 am on July 16
July 15
4:30 pm
Chicago Bulls 107, Minnesota Timberwolves 73
Scoring by quarter: 22-19, 27-24, 32-16, 26-14
Pts: Doug McDermott 20
Rebs: Cameron Bairstow 7
Asts: Doug McDermott 6
Pts: Kyrylo Fesenko 13
Rebs: Kyrylo Fesenko 7
Asts: Markel Starks 5
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Kevin Scott, Tyler Ford, Charles Watson
July 15
6:00 pm
Los Angeles Clippers 60, Houston Rockets 83
Scoring by quarter: 10-19, 13-26, 17-13, 20-25
Pts: Shawn Jones 10
Rebs: Shawn Jones 8
Asts: Armon Johnson 3
Pts: Donatas Motiejūnas 15
Rebs: Donatas Motiejūnas 5
Asts: Isaiah Canaan 5
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Kevin Cutler, CJ Washington, Charles Rubia
NBA TV on tape delay at 9:00 am on July 16
July 15
6:30 pm
Miami Heat 83, Washington Wizards 85
Scoring by quarter: 14-32, 24-19, 22-17, 23-17
Pts: James Nunnally 22
Rebs: Tyler Honeycutt 12
Asts: Shabazz Napier 4
Pts: Glen Rice, Jr. 24
Rebs: Khem Birch 11
Asts: Glen Rice, Jr. 4
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Eli Roe, Steven Anderson, Vladimir Voyard-Tadal
July 15
8:00 pm
Philadelphia 76ers 88, Phoenix Suns 97
Scoring by quarter: 19-23, 24-25, 28-26, 17-23
Pts: Jordan McRae 21
Rebs: Jerami Grant 7
Asts: Brandon Davies 3
Pts: T. J. Warren 28
Rebs: Warren, Mi. Plumlee 11 each
Asts: Tyler Ennis 5
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Marat Kogut, Dedric Taylor, Aaron Smith
NBA TV on tape delay at 11:30 pm
July 15
8:30 pm
Utah Jazz 87, Denver Nuggets 69
Scoring by quarter: 21-24, 23-7, 17-13, 26-25
Pts: Erik Murphy 17
Rebs: Malcolm Thomas 10
Asts: M. Thomas, Exum, Burke 3 each
Pts: Gary Harris 18
Rebs: Jerrelle Benimon 11
Asts: Kanacevic, E. Green 2 each
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Ben Taylor, Jeff Wooten, Kip Kissinger

ChampionshipEdit

The championship was determined by a single-elimination tournament; the top 8 teams received a first-round bye.

Seeding criteriaEdit

Teams were seeded first by overall record, then by a tiebreaker system.[12]

  1. Head-to-head result (applicable only to ties between two teams, not to multiple-team ties)
  2. Quarter point system (1 point for win, .5 for tie, 0 for loss, 0 for overtime periods)
  3. Point differential
  4. Coin flip

The head-to-head result was extremely unlikely to apply in determining seeding, since the teams played only three games before being seeded. It is impossible for two teams to both be 3-0 or 0-3 and have played one another. It is also very unlikely that exactly two teams and no others finish either 2-1 or 1-2 and for those two teams to have played one another. Even in the situation where there is a multiple-team tie and some but not all the teams have superior or inferior quarter points, the remaining teams look first to the point differential even if only two teams remain. Unlike tiebreak criteria often found in sports leagues, multiple-team ties that are reduced to two teams by progression through the tiebreaker steps are not returned to the first step of the two-team tiebreaker.

First-round losers played consolation games to determine 17th through 24th places. These teams either keep their own seeding or inherited that of their first-round opponent, if lower. For example, if the #9 seed lost in the first round to the #24 seed, it became the new #24 seed. Based on this, each odd-numbered reseeded team was matched against the next lower reseeded opponent with #17 playing #18, #19 playing #20, #21 playing #22 and #23 playing #24.

Second-round losers played consolation games to determine ninth through 16th places. These teams took the lower seed number of the two teams involved in their second-round games with the built-in assumption that lower-seeded teams that won their first-round games inherited the higher seed from the opponent they defeated. For example, if the #23 seed won its first-round game against the #10 seed, it was treated as the #10 seed in the second round. If the original #23 seed/inherited #10 seed then defeated the #7 seed in the second round, the #7 seed was treated as the #10 seed in the consolation round. Based on this, each odd-numbered reseeded team was matched against the next lower reseeded opponent with #9 playing #10, #11 playing #12, #13 playing #14, and #15 playing #16.

Standings/seedingsEdit

# Team GP W L PCT QP Tiebreaker Notes
1 Chicago Bulls 3 3 0 1.000 12
2 New York Knicks 3 3 0 1.000 9
3 Cleveland Cavaliers 3 3 0 1.000 7.5
4 Washington Wizards 3 3 0 1.000 6
5 Utah Jazz 3 2 1 .667 8 Point differential +30
6 Portland Trail Blazers 3 2 1 .667 8 Point differential +21
7 New Orleans Pelicans 3 2 1 .667 8 Point differential +17
8 Sacramento Kings 3 2 1 .667 8 Point differential +5
9 Phoenix Suns 3 2 1 .667 7.5
10 Dallas Mavericks 3 2 1 .667 6 Point differential +27
11 Golden State Warriors 3 2 1 .667 6 Point differential +13
12 San Antonio Spurs 3 2 1 .667 3
13 Miami Heat 3 1 2 .333 8
14 Houston Rockets 3 1 2 .333 5 Point differential +4
15 NBA D-League Select 3 1 2 .333 5 Point differential -14; Won coin flip
16 Philadelphia 76ers 3 1 2 .333 5 Point differential -14; Lost coin flip
17 Los Angeles Lakers 3 1 2 .333 4.5
18 Denver Nuggets 3 1 2 .333 4 Point differential -24
19 Toronto Raptors 3 1 2 .333 4 Point differential -41
20 Los Angeles Clippers 3 1 2 .333 3
21 Milwaukee Bucks 3 0 3 .000 4.5
22 Atlanta Hawks 3 0 3 .000 4 Point differential -33
23 Charlotte Hornets 3 0 3 .000 4 Point differential -42
24 Minnesota Timberwolves 3 0 3 .000 4 Point differential -50

BracketEdit

  First Round
(July 16)
Second Round
(July 17)
Quarterfinals
(July 19)
Semifinals
(July 20)
Final
(July 21)
                                               
       
       
  1 Chicago Bulls 79  
    16 Philadelphia 76ers 68  
16 Philadelphia 76ers 85
17 Los Angeles Lakers 63  
  1 Chicago Bulls 61  
  8 Sacramento Kings 80  
9 Phoenix Suns 77  
24 Minnesota Timberwolves 86  
  24 Minnesota Timberwolves 86
    8 Sacramento Kings 100  
     
       
  8 Sacramento Kings 74  
  4 Washington Wizards 62  
       
       
  5 Utah Jazz 77
    12 San Antonio Spurs 86  
12 San Antonio Spurs 100
21 Milwaukee Bucks 71  
  12 San Antonio Spurs 94
  4 Washington Wizards 95***  
13 Miami Heat 96  
20 Los Angeles Clippers 87  
  13 Miami Heat 67
    4 Washington Wizards 78  
     
     
8 Sacramento Kings 77
14 Houston Rockets 68
       
       
  3 Cleveland Cavaliers 90  
    14 Houston Rockets 96  
14 Houston Rockets 93
19 Toronto Raptors 77  
  14 Houston Rockets 78  
  22 Atlanta Hawks 71  
11 Golden State Warriors 65  
22 Atlanta Hawks 68  
  22 Atlanta Hawks 88
    6 Portland Trail Blazers 65  
     
       
  14 Houston Rockets 83
  23 Charlotte Hornets 79  
     
     
  7 New Orleans Pelicans 75
    23 Charlotte Hornets 104  
10 Dallas Mavericks 81
23 Charlotte Hornets 82  
  23 Charlotte Hornets 82      
  2 New York Knicks 79        
15 NBA D-League Select 87  
18 Denver Nuggets 75  
  15 NBA D-League Select 73
    2 New York Knicks 80  
   
     
  • * indicates number of overtime periods.

Tournament scheduleEdit

All times are in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC−4)
First roundEdit
July 16
4:00 pm
Minnesota Timberwolves 86, Phoenix Suns 77
Scoring by quarter: 14-19, 23-14, 20-20, 29-24
Pts: Zach LaVine 20
Rebs: Gorgui Dieng 19
Asts: Fesenko, LaVine, G. Robinson 2 each
Pts: T. J. Warren 26
Rebs: Miles Plumlee 12
Asts: Tyler Ennis 5
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Kevin Scott, Mitchell Ervin, Charles Watson
NBA TV on tape delay at 4:00 am on July 17
July 16
4:30 pm
Charlotte Hornets 82, Dallas Mavericks 81
Scoring by quarter: 19-15, 34-21, 11-19, 18-26
Pts: P. J. Hairston 18
Rebs: Noah Vonleh 10
Asts: Mickey McConnell 3
Pts: Gal Mekel 17
Rebs: Bernard James 7
Asts: Gal Mekel 6
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: James Williams, Tre Maddox, Randy Richardson
NBA TV on tape delay at 9:00 am on July 17
July 16
6:00 pm
Atlanta Hawks 68, Golden State Warriors 65
Scoring by quarter: 19-18, 19-16, 22-14, 8-17
Pts: Dennis Schröder 17
Rebs: Adreian Payne 9
Asts: Stephen Holt 3
Pts: Justin Holiday 15
Rebs: Ognjen Kuzmić 10
Asts: Aaron Craft 4
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Matt Boland, Jason Goldberg, Brandon Hiers
July 16
6:30 pm
Milwaukee Bucks 71, San Antonio Spurs 100
Scoring by quarter: 19-31, 15-23, 20-28, 17-18
Pts: Giannis Antetokounmpo 20
Rebs: Giannis Antetokounmpo 7
Asts: Wolters, Brust 2 each
Pts: Kyle Anderson 14
Rebs: JaMychal Green 6
Asts: Austin Daye 4
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Eli Roe, Phenizee Ransom, Michael Pearson
NBA TV on tape delay at 1:30 am on July 17
July 16
8:00 pm
Los Angeles Clippers 87, Miami Heat 96
Scoring by quarter: 21-20, 20-21, 24-28, 22-27
Pts: Keith Benson 18
Rebs: Shawn Jones 8
Asts: Armon Johnson 5
Pts: Justin Hamilton 18
Rebs: Tyler Honeycutt 15
Asts: Larry Drew 10
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Nick Buchert, Sir Allen Connor, Jaston Carter
July 16
8:30 pm
Toronto Raptors 77, Houston Rockets 93
Scoring by quarter: 31-17, 25-13, 5-27, 16-36
Pts: Dwight Buycks 24
Rebs: Hassan Whiteside 10
Asts: Dwight Buycks 4
Pts: Motiejūnas, Canaan 18 each
Rebs: Robert Covington 9
Asts: Robert Covington 3
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Brent Barnaky, Justin Van Duyne, Josue Nieves
NBA TV on tape delay at 6:00 am on July 17
July 16
10:00 pm
Denver Nuggets 75, NBA D-League Select 87
Scoring by quarter: 14-19, 18-20, 19-17, 24-31
Pts: Erick Green 17
Rebs: Jerrelle Benimon 8
Asts: Gary Harris 4
Pts: Tony Mitchell 26
Rebs: Bell-Holter, B. Davis 8 each
Asts: Tre Kelley 5
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Scott Twardoski, Scott Bolnick, Ray Acosta
July 16
10:30 pm
Los Angeles Lakers 63, Philadelphia 76ers 85
Scoring by quarter: 20-20, 10-32, 26-14, 7-19
Pts: K. Murphy, Randle 12 each
Rebs: Randle, Clarkson 6 each
Asts: Julius Randle 3
Pts: Kilpatrick, E. Millsap 19 each
Rebs: Drew Gordon 10
Asts: Ware, Wilbekin 3 each
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: JT Orr, Gediminis Petraitis, Dedric Taylor
Second roundEdit
July 17
4:00 pm
Charlotte Hornets 104, New Orleans Pelicans 75
Scoring by quarter: 34-13, 18-27, 26-19, 26-16
Pts: P. J. Hairston 21
Rebs: Josh Davis 12
Asts: Mickey McConnell 11
Pts: Ru. Smith, Fells 19 each
Rebs: Withey, Ru. Smith 5 each
Asts: Russ Smith 6
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: JT Orr, Scott Bolnick, Don Hudson
NBA TV on tape delay at 9:00 am on July 18
July 17
4:30 pm
Minnesota Timberwolves 86, Sacramento Kings 100
Scoring by quarter: 21-28, 26-27, 22-19, 17-26
Pts: Shabazz Muhammad 24
Rebs: Gorgui Dieng 12
Asts: Zach LaVine 4
Pts: Ben McLemore 22
Rebs: Quincy Acy 7
Asts: Stauskas, McCallum 5 each
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Matt Boland, Jaston Carter, Brett Nansel
July 17
6:00 pm
San Antonio Spurs 86, Utah Jazz 77
Scoring by quarter: 16-17, 19-19, 18-18, 33-23
Pts: Austin Daye 20
Rebs: JaMychal Green 9
Asts: Ayres, Cotton 3 each
Pts: Rodney Hood 19
Rebs: Brock Motum 8
Asts: Malcolm Thomas 4
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Scott Twardoski, CJ Washington, Kip Kissinger
NBA TV on tape delay at 6:00 am on July 18
July 17
6:30 pm
Atlanta Hawks 88, Portland Trail Blazers 65
Scoring by quarter: 20-13, 18-20, 28-18, 22-14
Pts: Adreian Payne 19
Rebs: Mike Muscala 7
Asts: Schröder, Releford 4 each
Pts: Bobby Brown 20
Rebs: Will Barton 10
Asts: C. J. McCollum 3
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Marat Kogut, Mitchell Ervin, Jonathan Sterling
July 17
8:00 pm
Houston Rockets 96, Cleveland Cavaliers 90
Scoring by quarter: 18-18, 26-25, 29-20, 23-27
Pts: Isaiah Canaan 28
Rebs: Donatas Motiejūnas 11
Asts: Nick Johnson 5
Pts: A. Wiggins, Cherry 21 each
Rebs: Carrick Felix 11
Asts: Cherry, Granger 3 each
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Kevin Cutler, Justin Van Duyne, Jeff Wooten
NBA TV on tape delay at 4:00 am on July 18
July 17
8:30 pm
Miami Heat 67, Washington Wizards 78
Scoring by quarter: 11-17, 20-16, 19-16, 17-29
Pts: Justin Hamilton 15
Rebs: Justin Hamilton 9
Asts: Honeycutt, Hamilton, T. Johnson, Barthel 2 each
Pts: Glen Rice, Jr. 22
Rebs: Daniel Theis 11
Asts: Kwame Vaughn 4
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Eddie F. Rush, Steven Anderson, Aaron Smith
NBA TV on tape delay at 1:30 am on July 18
July 17
10:00 pm
Philadelphia 76ers 68, Chicago Bulls 79
Scoring by quarter: 15-23, 26-20, 11-18, 16-18
Pts: Jordan McRae 25
Rebs: Drew Gordon 8
Asts: Noel, E. Millsap 2 each
Pts: Bairstow, Snell 18 each
Rebs: Cameron Bairstow 8
Asts: Lazeric Jones 4
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Karl Lane, Ben Taylor, Sir Allen Conner
July 17
10:30 pm
NBA D-League Select 73, New York Knicks 80
Scoring by quarter: 22-13, 14-23, 9-24, 28-20
Pts: Tony Mitchell
Rebs: Trent Lockett 9
Asts: Tre Kelley 6
Pts: Tim Hardaway, Jr. 25
Rebs: Cameron Moore 7
Asts: Shane Larkin 5
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Haywoode Workman, Tyler Ford, Lauren Holtkamp
Consolation roundEdit
NBA TV on tape delay at 1:30 am on July 19
July 18
4:00 pm
Dallas Mavericks 88, Phoenix Suns 62
Scoring by quarter: 16-20, 21-12, 28-11, 23-19
Pts: Eric Griffin 20
Rebs: Dee Bost 7
Asts: Ricky Ledo 9
Pts: Elias Harris 15
Rebs: Dionte Christmas 8
Asts: Dionte Christmas 3
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Kevin Scott, Marat Kogut, Kip Kissinger
July 18
4:30 pm
Milwaukee Bucks 79, Golden State Warriors 74
Scoring by quarter: 19-13, 26-8, 15-22, 19-31
Pts: Jabari Parker 20
Rebs: Jabari Parker 15
Asts: Parker, Taylor 2 each
Pts: Aaron Craft 10
Rebs: James Michael McAdoo 7
Asts: Nemanja Nedović 4
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: James Williams, Tyler Ford, Ray Acosta
NBA TV on tape delay at 4:00 am on July 19
July 18
6:00 pm
Los Angeles Clippers 60, Toronto Raptors 64
Scoring by quarter: 18-12, 9-24, 17-16, 16-12
Pts: Lorenzo Brown 13
Rebs: Jon Brockman 7
Asts: 7 tied at 1 each
Pts: DeAndre Daniels 15
Rebs: DeAndre Daniels 14
Asts: Myck Kabongo 3
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Brent Barnaky, Josue Nieves, Don Hudson
July 18
6:30 pm
Denver Nuggets 77, Los Angeles Lakers 83
Scoring by quarter: 17-29, 26-14, 11-13, 23-27
Pts: Erick Green 20
Rebs: Jerrelle Benimon 15
Asts: Jerrelle Benimon 4
Pts: K. Murphy, Randle 14 each
Rebs: Jerome Jordan 7
Asts: DeAndre Kane 3
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Kevin Cutler, Jason Goldenberg, Gediminas Petraitis
NBA TV on tape delay at 6:00 am on July 19
July 18
8:00 pm
Philadelphia 76ers 87, NBA D-League Select 91 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 13-18, 25-15, 27-23, 20-29Overtime: 2-6
Pts: Adonis Thomas 22
Rebs: Jamelle Hagins 13
Asts: Scottie Wilbekin 5
Pts: Devin Ebanks 23
Rebs: Travis Hyman 13
Asts: Tre Kelley 9
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Haywoode Workman, Steven Anderson, Brandon Hiers
July 18
10:30 pm
Miami Heat 90, Cleveland Cavaliers 95
Scoring by quarter: 15-24, 25-24, 26-20, 24-27
Pts: Tyler Johnson 20
Rebs: Tyler Honeycutt 7
Asts: Larry Drew 5
Pts: Steven Gray 17
Rebs: Dwight Powell 9
Asts: Will Cherry 6
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Nick Buchert, Michael Pearson, Jonathan Sterling
July 18
8:30 pm
Portland Trail Blazers 73, Utah Jazz 75
Scoring by quarter: 11-4, 14-25, 21-26, 27-20
Pts: C. J. McCollum 21
Rebs: Allen Crabbe 8
Asts: Bobby Brown 6
Pts: Malcolm Thomas 16
Rebs: Rudy Gobert 15
Asts: M. Thomas, Exum, I. Clark, Motum 3 each
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Eli Roe, Aaron Smith, Jeff Wooten
NBA TV on tape delay at 9:00 am on July 19
July 18
10:00 pm
Minnesota Timberwolves 97, New Orleans Pelicans 78
Scoring by quarter: 22-30, 23-16, 22-17, 30-15
Pts: Zach LaVine 22
Rebs: Gorgui Dieng 9
Asts: D. J. Kennedy 7
Pts: Russ Smith 21
Rebs: Patric Young 12
Asts: Withey, Ru. Smith, Gaddy 3 each
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Tre Maddox, Ben Taylor, Charles Watson
QuarterfinalsEdit
July 19
4:00 pm
Charlotte Hornets 82, New York Knicks 79
Scoring by quarter: 18-17, 21-20, 23-12, 20-30
Pts: Justin Brownlee 16
Rebs: Noah Vonleh 10
Asts: Mickey McConnell 6
Pts: Tim Hardaway, Jr. 27
Rebs: Cleanthony Early 10
Asts: Tyler, Larkin 3 each
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Brent Barnaky, Scott Bolnick, Dedric Taylor
July 19
6:00 pm
Atlanta Hawks 71, Houston Rockets 78
Scoring by quarter: 15-23, 24-20, 20-15, 12-20
Pts: Muscala, Schröder 16 each
Rebs: Adreian Payne 9
Asts: Dennis Schröder 4
Pts: Donatas Motiejūnas 19
Rebs: Donatas Motiejūnas 13
Asts: Isaiah Canaan 5
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: James Williams, Karl Lane, Justin Van Duyne
July 19
8:00 pm
Sacramento Kings 80, Chicago Bulls 61
Scoring by quarter: 16-11, 26-18, 16-20, 22-12
Pts: McLemore, M. Brooks 11 each
Rebs: Eric Moreland 8
Asts: Ray McCallum, Jr. 4
Pts: Tony Snell 20
Rebs: Cameron Bairstow 8
Asts: Lazeric Jones 6
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Eddie F. Rush, Lauren Holtkamp, Scott Twardoski
July 19
10:00 pm
San Antonio Spurs 94, Washington Wizards 95 (3OT)
Scoring by quarter: 21-20, 28-19, 12-24, 20-18, Overtime: 3-3, 6-6, 4-5
Pts: Austin Daye 27
Rebs: Jeff Ayres 14
Asts: Bryce Cotton 6
Pts: Glen Rice, Jr. 36
Rebs: Glen Rice, Jr. 11
Asts: Porter, Rice, Burton, Vaughn 3 each
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Eli Roe, Nick Buchert, Gediminis Petraitis
SemifinalsEdit
July 20
6:00 pm
Charlotte Hornets 79, Houston Rockets 83
Scoring by quarter: 17-17, 23-24, 22-27, 17-15
Pts: P. J. Hairston 27
Rebs: Noah Vonleh 16
Asts: Mickey McConnell 4
Pts: Isaiah Canaan 24
Rebs: Donatas Motiejūnas 13
Asts: Geron Johnson 4
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Haywoode Workman, Justin Van Duyne, Lauren Holtkamp
July 20
8:00 pm
Sacramento Kings 74, Washington Wizards 62
Scoring by quarter: 18-11, 27-13, 13-24, 16-14
Pts: MarShon Brooks 14
Rebs: Eric Moreland 12
Asts: Ray McCallum, Jr. 3
Pts: Glen Rice, Jr. 24
Rebs: Glen Rice, Jr. 9
Asts: Kwame Vaughn 4
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Tre Maddox, Dedric Taylor, JT Orr
Championship gameEdit
July 21
9:00 pm
Houston Rockets 68, Sacramento Kings 77
Scoring by quarter: 17-16, 17-20, 18-14, 16-27
Pts: Nick Johnson 17
Rebs: Tarik Black 10
Asts: Isaiah Canaan 6
Pts: Ray McCallum 29
Rebs: Eric Moreland 10
Asts: Ra'Shad James 2
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Eddie F. Rush, Haywoode Workman, Nick Buchert

Final standingsEdit

# Team GP W L PCT QP Explanation
1 Sacramento Kings 7 6 1 .857 19 Won Championship Game
2 Houston Rockets 8 5 3 .625 16 Lost Championship Game
3 Washington Wizards 6 5 1 .833 10 Lost in Semifinals
4 Charlotte Hornets 7 3 4 .429 13.5 Lost in Semifinals
5 Chicago Bulls 5 4 1 .800 16 Lost in Quarterfinals
6 New York Knicks 5 4 1 .800 12 Lost in Quarterfinals
7 San Antonio Spurs 6 4 2 .667 12 Lost in Quarterfinals
8 Atlanta Hawks 6 2 4 .333 12 Lost in Quarterfinals
9 Cleveland Cavaliers 5 4 1 .800 11 Lost in Second Round
10 Utah Jazz 5 3 2 .600 12 Lost in Second Round
11 NBA D-League Select 6 3 3 .500 12 Lost in Second Round
12 Portland Trail Blazers 5 2 3 .400 11 Lost in Second Round
13 New Orleans Pelicans 5 2 3 .400 10 Lost in Second Round
14 Miami Heat 6 2 4 .333 15 Lost in Second Round
15 Philadelphia 76ers 6 2 4 .333 10.5 Lost in Second Round
16 Minnesota Timberwolves 6 2 4 .333 10.5 Lost in Second Round
17 Dallas Mavericks 5 3 2 .600 11 Lost in First Round
18 Phoenix Suns 5 2 3 .400 10 Lost in First Round
19 Golden State Warriors 5 2 3 .400 9 Lost in First Round
20 Los Angeles Lakers 5 2 3 .400 9 Lost in First Round
21 Toronto Raptors 5 2 3 .400 7 Lost in First Round
22 Los Angeles Clippers 5 1 4 .200 7 Lost in First Round
23 Milwaukee Bucks 5 1 4 .200 6.5 Lost in First Round
24 Denver Nuggets 5 1 4 .200 6 Lost in First Round

Individual statistical leadersEdit

Reference: [13]

HonorsEdit

The All-Summer League First and Second Teams were selected by a panel of media members in attendance at the Las Vegas NBA Summer League.[4]

All-NBA Summer League First Team:

All-NBA Summer League Second Team:

Championship Game MVP: Ray McCallum, Sacramento Kings[5]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Although the team's official name is New York Knickerbockers, it is commonly called New York Knicks.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Orlando Magic to Host Southwest Airlines Orlando Pro Summer League
  2. ^ Utah Jazz to Participate in NBA Summer League 2014
  3. ^ a b "Ranking Most Valuable Players at 2014 Southwest Airlines Orlando Pro Summer League: #1 Elfrid Payton, Magic". Josh Cohen. Orlando Magic. July 11, 2014. Retrieved July 21, 2014.
  4. ^ a b "Rice, Jr. Named MVP, Leads All-NBA Summer League Team". NBA. July 20, 2014. Retrieved July 21, 2014.
  5. ^ a b "Recap: Kings 77, Rockets 68". NBA. July 21, 2014. Retrieved July 21, 2014.
  6. ^ "Orlando Magic to Host Southwest Airlines Orlando Pro Summer League". Orlando Magic. May 22, 2014. Retrieved July 6, 2014.
  7. ^ "2014 Summer League Stats: Orlando". NBA. Retrieved July 11, 2014.
  8. ^ "Ranking Most Valuable Players at 2014 Southwest Airlines Orlando Pro Summer League: #2 Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Pistons". Josh Cohen. Orlando Magic. July 11, 2014. Retrieved July 21, 2014.
  9. ^ "Ranking Most Valuable Players at 2014 Southwest Airlines Orlando Pro Summer League: #3 Nerlens Noel, Sixers". Josh Cohen. Orlando Magic. July 11, 2014. Retrieved July 21, 2014.
  10. ^ "Ranking Most Valuable Players at 2014 Southwest Airlines Orlando Pro Summer League: #4 James Ennis, Heat". Josh Cohen. Orlando Magic. July 11, 2014. Retrieved July 21, 2014.
  11. ^ "Ranking Most Valuable Players at 2014 Southwest Airlines Orlando Pro Summer League: #5 Mason Plumlee, Nets". Josh Cohen. Orlando Magic. July 11, 2014. Retrieved July 21, 2014.
  12. ^ "2014 Las Vegas Summer League: Game Rules, Format and Tie-Break Criteria". NBA. June 11, 2014. Retrieved July 6, 2014.
  13. ^ "2014 Summer League Stats: Las Vegas". NBA. Retrieved July 21, 2014.

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